#19 100 SERIAL NO. 4H1C0DHB50538
The 100 series was made in only 1974.
International Harvester Company ceased manufacturing pick-up trucks in 1974. This one rolled off the assembly line
on December 16, 1974. Ken bought two 1974 trucks and combined the best parts of both. He bought a half-ton from
Johnny Keegstra. This one was badly rusted. Then he bought a three-quarter ton from P and B Equipment, Wetaskiwin.
It was their last service truck. P and B stands for Pocock and Brown. It was the basics from the three-quarter ton
that were used in restoration. The frames were almost identical, but the three-quarter ton was slightly deeper and
the springs were heavier. It came with a 345 cubic cm motor. The cabs were identical. The truck was restored in
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